DURBAN SINGS a rough radio mix
Topics Durban Sings
, oral history
, South Africa
, civil society
, Centre for Civil Society
, radio continental drift
a 13 mins radio mix from the DURBAN SINGS on-line radio archive at www.durbansings.wordpress.com re-opening the project's call for contributions and listener responses
CALL FOR RESPONSE:
Hallo Listeners, Artists, Audio Activists,
The DURBAN SINGS project asks for your attention:
Can you lend your ear to the "Singing Durbanites" on www.durbansings.wordpress.com?
Can you write an audio letter to audio activists of the southern hemisphere?
Can you pick up on their songs, stories, proverbs and histories, take them to yours,
add from your songs, stories, proverbs and histories and post your re-telling re-mix
back to them?
If you can, and do it before the end of June, your correspondence (up to 3mins)
can be included in the DURBAN SINGS compilation of oral history recordings and re-mixes.
Please upload your audio letter entitled "Durban Sings" on www.archive.org (192kbps)
and post the url-link to Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, Azania via the comment boxes at www.durbansings.wordpress.com.
cc. you are very welcome to pass on this call by word of mouth,
or duplicate and distribute it with electronic and digital media.
pass the fire
DURBAN SINGS is a regional audio media and oral history project with a story to tell. Using street recordings and internet audio archiving to create an open platform for contributions and remixes from artists and activists around the world. DURBAN SINGS is a sound network joining hemispheres via audio correspondence between listeners; building a listening bridge between communities, artists and activist groups in KZN and the rest of the world.
Thank You for listening!
radio continental drift and motho
December 2, 2009
rough not beauty
human voices speaking proud
a living archive for all to hear
sustenance from Azania